The logistics of growth

For any business leader, the flow of inputs into the plant and products out of the plant is fundamental for the business. The leader has to ensure that the inputs needed for production arrive at the right time and that the products the company makes are sent out efficiently. It’s an expensive proposition, in some countries more than in others. In Latin America it is calculated that logistics costs represent between 18 percent and 35 percent of the value of a product – compared with 8 percent in member countries of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). But Argentina is a special case even when compared to its regional neighbors, Latin Trade reports. Embraer and Marcopolo scramble to […]

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